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FreeK / Press

“FreeK Studio 2, Liverpool "FREEK are a punk/metal three piece who possess a bold ferociousness that belays their tender years. At only 16 years old they seem more musically adept than some of their older peers; if they are this accomplished at sixteen one can only anticipate what they may go on to achieve, if they stay focused. Their set is a mix of original songs and covers, which includes storming versions of songs by bands such as The Hives. FreeK’s original material exudes a maturity beyond their years, and they rock out pretty heavily."”

“High-energy pop punk quartet Freek hailing from Lancashire have certainly caught my ears with their very unique and intense sound. Their debut EP Punishment is new music to my ears, their sound is sound is very unique and it is like nothing I have heard before. Starting off with the track Valley Of Sound is a great way to grab the listener’s attention for those few minutes as the song plays; I found it stopped me from whatever I was doing. This is a great sign when a band can produce a song like this early on in their career. I also like their eclectic sound for each song; I also think that this is a key aspect that shows the band will go far. I can hear influences from Rammstein and pop punk within the music; this fusion creates a sound like no other. It is understandable why they have been known to play to a mosh audience. Overall a band to look out for this year; you could be seeing them at the next metal festival. ”

“We were recently put on to Lancaster based punk/metal unit FreeK, to see what we thought of things. Having formed in 2011, the guys draw influence from the likes of Rise Against, Green Day and Nirvana, whilst representing their thoughts and feelings through their music. Stating in their bio that our future is being fucked by those who control it, the band are out to get their message across, convert the world to their music, and to fight hard and mosh harder. I didn’t really know what to expect from a band called FreeK as the name sort of suggests a different feeling to what’s on offer here. It goes to show that there’s more to a band than just their name, and that when they understand what they’re doing, know how to write songs, and have a clear mission in music then they can achieve what they’re after – and Iv'e a feeling we’re going to be hearing more from these guys in the future.”